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Money grows on trees

Money grows on trees

Investing in forestry presents so many advantages it is little surprise private client lawyers are increasingly called to advise on the issue, says Denise Wilkinson
Update: agriculture

Update: agriculture

Michael Aubrey and Simon Blackburn consider recent cases involving RPA overpayments, possession orders against travellers and the validity of notices to quit
Man who hid house in barn wins planning battle

Man who hid house in barn wins planning battle

A man who admitted deceiving a council by building on green belt land in Hertfordshire a 'barn' containing a three-bedroom house and a gym, has won his battle for planning permission at the Court of Appeal.
Land of the living

Land of the living

Landowners are constantly looking to improve their businesses and are making the most of the opportunities available, but they are also facing difficulties – not least the implementation of the Marine and Coastal Access Act. Jenny Ramage reports
Mark my words

Mark my words

Practitioners must ensure they use clear wording when drafting clauses which alter the rights of parties, says Matthew Morrison
Joining forces

Joining forces

Does 'soldier discrimination' amount to indirect discrimination on the ground of sex, ask Taha Idris and Kai Graf von Pahlen
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